Danbury Railway Museum
Train Station Built in 1903
The Danbury Railway Museum is located in the heart of Danbury, Connecticut. Our fully restored train station, built in 1903, houses a collection of historically significant artifacts and a research library covering railroading’s rich heritage in New England and the northeast United States. Just behind the station is an extensive rail yard, featuring over 60 pieces of historic railroad equipment and rolling stock.
The Museum and rail yard are open year-round. Family-friendly rides aboard our historic trains are offered every weekend between April and December, and special event trains are operated for Easter, Autumn, and Christmas. Welcome aboard!